(Pakistan-Afghanistan) Le relazioni tra Pakistan e talebani afghani devono affrontare sfide sempre più impegnative

Vinay Kaura, Middle East Institute:

Tensions between Islamabad and Kabul continue to rise. While Pakistan has made efforts to smooth over the growing rift, reopening a key border crossing at Spin Boldak-Chaman closed following cross-border gunfire that killed a Pakistani security guard on Nov. 13 and sending its minister of state for foreign affairs on an official visit to the Afghan capital at the end of November, there are clear signs that Pakistan’s leverage with the Afghan Taliban seems to be slipping fast.

Pakistan-Afghan Taliban relations face mounting challenges | Middle East Institute (mei.edu)

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